Canary Wharf Hypnotherapist
Ray was born and raised in London and became interested in hypnotherapy when it helped him quit a 10-year smoking habit. This allowed him to improve the quality of his voice, so essential for his successful career in drama and television. Ray worked in California in front of the camera, on stage, and doing voice-over work. During his years in California, his interest in the medical field began to peak.
In California, Ray coached international doctors prepping them for their foreign medical exams. He also coached law students at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. And later he coached at New York Law School, New York University–School of Medicine, and the New York Institute of Technology. Back home, Ray has trained nurses, doctors, and students at some of London’s leading hospitals in venepuncture and cannulation.
Ray graduated with a diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy from the UK College of Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy, the only hypnotherapy college in the UK that is approved by The British Psychological Society. Since Ray’s training and experience is based on an evidence based approach, he works only with topics that have evidence of efficacy.
UK College of Hypnosis – London, UK – Qualified Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist
Harbor Career College – Los Angeles, USA – Licensed/Qualified Phlebotomist
The Arts Educational School, London UK – MA in Performing Arts
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